The Blog You've Been Missing

#CWAA: Can We All Agree™ – 4/21/18 edition

April 21, 2018

Can we all agree, Kim Jong Un, who says he will close his missile testing site and agree to sign a peace treaty with South Koreaisn’t leaving much for Donald Trump to demand, if the two men meet this summer?

Can we all agree, it will be a while before anyone will eat romaine lettuce again?

Can we all agree, James Comey’s notes after his meetings with Mr. Trump don’t reveal any new facts, but tell us volumes about The President‘s personality.

Senator Tammy Duckworth introduces her daughter to the Senate.

Senator Tammy Duckworth introduces her daughter to the Senate.

Can we all agree, the demise of EPA Secretary Scott Pruitt has been predicted for a month, but it appears to be just wishful thinking, even though he seems to be losing support in the GOP? He is scheduled to testify before Congress this week.

Can we all agree, everyone wishes the late Barbara Bush was still in the White House?

Can we all agree, UN  Ambassador Nikki Haley, may be the next top level administrator to leave the Trump administration?

Can we all agree, Tammie Jo Shults is the kind of pilot we all want when disaster hits at 30,000 feet?

Can we all agree,  Senate Leader Mitch McConnell may not feel Special Counsel Robert Mueller needs protection, but Attorney General Jeff Sessions does?

Can we all agree, the DNC will have to stand in line if they think their lawsuit against the Trump campaign will uncover any new information?

Can we all agree, Senator Tammy Duckworth’s baby could easily replace a number of sitting senators, and the country would be better off?

Can we all agree, Lance Armstrong’s $5million settlement ends a sad chapter in American sports, but it hasn’t done much to clean up competitive cycling?

Can we all agree, Wells Fargo got off easy with a $1billion fine for defrauding millions of Americans and mistreating thousands of employees?

Can we all agree, if Starbucks’ employees don’t know that arresting minority customers who ask to use the bathroom, is wrong, sensitivity training is not going to help?

Can we all agree, adding Rudy Giuliana to his legal team will not save Mr. Trump?

Can we all agree, naming a climate change denier with no science background to head NASA, just politicizes the agency?

Can we all agree, humans have killed parts of the Great Barrier reef and even scientists don’t know the full implications?

Can we all agree,  passing another tax cut, when the first one you passed just a few months ago didn’t help the average American, defies logic?

Can we all agree, it’s time for the Trump administration to find the money to fix the Puerto Rican power grid?

Can we all agree, the end of the Castro era in Cuba may not change much on the island?

Can we all agree, Sean Hannity needs to either give up his TV job, or his informal White House post, but he certainly needs a lawyer?

Can we all agree, Kendrick LaMar’s Pulitzer Prize marks a turning point for that award?

Can we all agree, no one knows what mission was accomplished in Syria?

Can we all agree, Carl Kasell and Harry Anderson may have been off the air for a while, but they leave us with fond memories?

Can we all agree, it was nice to have an extra day to file a tax return, but it doesn’t give Americans much confidence in the system, when computers crash on the day they are needed most?

and finally:

Even married couples are now threatened by deportation under the administration’s guidelines.

 

Post to Twitter

CWAA: Can We All Agree™ – 7/29/17 edition

July 29, 2017

Can we all agree, John McCain saved the Republican party from itself, when he cast the deciding vote against the so called ‘skinny repeal’ of the Affordable Care Act?

Can we all agree, Senator McCain clearly never forgave the President for the slights he was forced to endure during the 2016 campaign and seemed to relish his role?

Can we all agree it was McCain who got the pivotal vote, but it was Senators Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski who took most of the heat?

Senators McCain, Collins and Murkowski: This week's heroes

Senators McCain, Collins and Murkowski: This week’s healthcare heroes.

Can we all agree, Mr. Trump erred badly when he tried to bully Senator  Murkowski into supporting the measure?

Can we all agree, GOP lawmakers who turned to sexist rhetoric in an attempt to pressure the female senators were an embarrassment?

Can we all agree, someone in the GOP has to  grow up and make a concerted effort to ensure the existing health insurance system will continue to work?

Can we all agree, it was heartening to some degree to see the GOP stand up to the President this week by defending the attorney general, passing tougher Russian sanctions and rejecting calls to ban transgender Americans in the military ?

Can we all agree the White House didn’t have much choice but to sign the sanctions bill?

Can we all agree, Russia’s retaliation for the increased sanctions has been relatively mild so far?

Can we all agree, Reince Priebus, has been a dead man walking since he took the job as White House chief of staff?

Can we all agree, when the nation’s chief executive jokingly condones police violence of any type, he displays a profound disregard for civil rights and insults the majority of the nation’s law enforcement officers who observe professional standards?

Can we all agree, Anthony Scaramucci has no business running a communications team if he can’t even communicate without being vulgar?

Can we all agree, the White House announced policies on gay rights, is simply out of touch with the attitudes of most Americans?

Can we all agree, House passage of a budget bill that has no chance of winning Senate approval shows that Speaker Paul Ryan has no ability to deal with conservative ideologues in his caucus?

Can we all agree, North Korea’s test of a missile that could reach Denver, Colorado should make it clear that they are the number one threat to our country?

Can we all agree, the removal of the Pakistani Prime Minister by that nation’s highest court would normally leave us shaking our collective heads in disbelief, but these days we just wonder if the US is next?

Can we all agree, the Boy Scouts really had no control over what the President would say at their annual event, but at least they realized an apology was necessary?

Can we all agree, the Vice President’s voter fraud commission has no idea how to conduct a legitimate study of the alleged problem?

Can we all agree, the fact that Secretary of State Rex Tlllerson was forced to deny rumors that he wanted to quit, suggests he may be on his way out?

Can we all agree, now that both Britain and France have passed laws banning vehicles with internal combustion engines, we may have reached a tipping point?DF31rp1XkAA8Ala.jpg-large

Can we all agree, normally when a TV commentator has a private dinner at the White House, it would damage his credibility, but with Sean Hannity, no one even blinked an eye?

Can we all agree, allowing your employer to place a chip in your body for identification purposes sends chills down the spine of many people?

Can we all agree, translating Foxconn’s employment practices in China to the US could be difficult?

Can we all agree, the results of a study of deceased football player’s brains should make parents think twice before allowing their children to play football?

Can we all agree, it’s hard to believe that the only person the Department of Justice could find to run their criminal division was someone with ties to a Russian bank?

Can we all agree, the Democrats new image message was less than inspiring?

Can we all agree, the Polish President’s veto of legislation taking over that nation’s courts, avoided a European crises?

Can we all agree, Jared Kushner’s private testimony before a Senate panel, suggests he’s either stupid or involved in issues way over his head?

Can we all agree, another silver lining to California’s wet winter is a new gold rush?

Can we all agree, the new TSA rules for screening electronics are going to make security lines even longer?

Can we all agree, Kansas Governor Sam Brownback, who is taking a job as a religious ambassador, is a poster child for the dangers of refusing to compromise in politics?

and finally:

RIP:

June Foray–the voice of our youth from “Rocky and Bullwinkle” to “Dudley Do-Right,” “Bugs Bunny” and “The Flintstones.”

and

Now you can ask a psychologist to find out if the President really is crazy.

Post to Twitter